WHERE TECH CAREERS BEGIN
CapaCiTi partners with SA employers to create and deliver programmes that help SA graduates and matrics develop the practical tech skills currently being demanded by industry.
CapaCiTi programmes aim to bridge the skills gap in the ICT sector and prepare students for a new world of work. Each programme consists of:
We unlock opportunities for our learners to network, match and interview with some of their dream employers.
Career Support & Coaching
Our learners receive all the necessary support & coaching needed to prepare to enter the job market
Through our partnerships, we give our learners the chance to gain real-life work experience in their chosen field.
Tech Skills Training
We work with SA employers to select, create and deliver technical training that is aligned to current skill demand
Learners get lifetime access to our CapaCiTi Community where they can network & receive ongoing support
YOUR CHANCE TO ACCESS SA’S TOP WORK READY TALENT
We partner with South Africa’s leading companies to deeply understand their business’ technology skills needs, and source and train talented young individuals who excel immediately in their new roles with our partners. Whether you’re looking to take people on as interns, or full-time talent, we’d be happy to help you resource from our talent pool.
2019 PROGRAMME APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
South African matrics and graduates are invited to apply for a programme by joining the CapaCiTi Career Hub – no work experience is required. Once joined, prospective learners will be able to choose from a variety of programmes within our skills tracks.
ACCELERATING TECH CAREERS FOR OVER 8 YEARS
CapaCiTi is CiTi’s tech career accelerator. Over the past 8 years we’ve trained over 1250 young people, partnering with over 150 South African companies to solve their talent constraints.
Learners trained to date
Learners placed in internships
Learners placed in jobs
From unemployed graduate to success. The CapaCiTi programme unlocked doors for me and taught me not only to be a great programmer, but also the concept of well-being. It transformed me from a state of mind driven by poverty to one driven by success.”Sipho Masubelele